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Sea Control 370 – NATO’s Shifting Approach to Strategic Stability, Defense, and Deterrence with Nicolò Fasola
By Zsófia Wolford New co-host Zsofia Wolford is joined by Nicolò Fasola, former Junior Eisenhower Fellow at NATO’s Defense College and Doctoral Researcher at the University of Birmingham, to discuss the new Strategic Concept, the future of arms control, and NATO’s new defense and deterrence posture. They will also explore the limitations of the new … Continue reading Sea Control 370 – NATO’s Shifting Approach to Strategic Stability, Defense, and Deterrence with Nicolò Fasola →
Sea Control 369 – Conceptualizing Ports and Organized Crime with Dr. Anna Sergi
By Walker Mills Dr. Anna Sergi joins the program to discuss her research on organized crime in ports around the world. Dr. Anna Sergi is a Professor at the University of Essex. She specializes in organized crime and comparative criminal justice and, more recently, drug importations through seaports. Download Sea Control 369 – Conceptualizing Ports … Continue reading Sea Control 369 – Conceptualizing Ports and Organized Crime with Dr. Anna Sergi →
Sea Control 368 – Gina Fiore on The Quad’s New MDA Initiative
By Jared Samuelson Gina Fiore rejoins the program to discuss the Quad’s new Maritime Domain Awareness Initiative. Gina Fiore is a senior associate with Pew’s Ending Illegal Fishing Project. She manages projects related to illegal fishing and convergence crimes and acts as a liaison between Pew and the military and national security communities. Download Sea … Continue reading Sea Control 368 – Gina Fiore on The Quad’s New MDA Initiative →
Sea Control 367 – To Risk it All with Adm (ret) James Stavridis
By Andrea Howard and Alexia Bouallagui Admiral James Stavridis joins the program about his new book, To Risk It All: Nine Conflicts and the Crucible of Decision. Alexia edited and produced this episode. Admiral Stavridis was a four-star Admiral in the US navy and served 4 years as supreme allied commander of NATO. His new … Continue reading Sea Control 367 – To Risk it All with Adm (ret) James Stavridis →
Sea Control 366 – Cybersecurity and Strategic Sealift with Jason Ileto
By Jared Samuelson Jason Ileto joins us to discuss cybersecurity, cyber warfare, and the potential impact on strategic sealift capability. Commander Jason Ileto is a supply officer in the US Navy. He earned a master of science in operations research from the Naval Postgraduate School in 2011 and is currently pursuing a graduate degree at … Continue reading Sea Control 366 – Cybersecurity and Strategic Sealift with Jason Ileto →
Sea Control 365 – LOTS to be Desired with Garrett Chandler and Matt Carstensen
By Jared Samuelson Garrett Chandler and Matthew Carstensen join us to discuss their article on Army over-the-shore logistics. Major Garrett Chandler is an Army logistician completing his studies at the School of Advanced Military Studies. He previously served as the course director for the Army’s Supply Chain Management and Master Logistician courses at Fort Lee, … Continue reading Sea Control 365 – LOTS to be Desired with Garrett Chandler and Matt Carstensen →
Must listen for military officers
Teaches to keep an open mind, which is necessary for our future leaders.
Please keep up the good work for our country.
Must listen for all navalists and maritime security stakeholders
The CIMSEC podcast is the most thoughtful, nuanced podcast for those interested in naval and maritime security issues. They thoughtfully curate content at the intersection of current events, geopolitics, and pressing maritime issues. They also do a great job of highlighting international and partner perspectives my routinely featuring international experts on a variety of topics. My top pick for naval/maritime podcasts.
A fantastic addition to an already great podcast. With a lighthearted, slightly askew, view of serious matters, with resultant insights. Thanks